Glenview's Art Mural in the Making!
Glenview's Student body had their hand prints taken this week for a special "Hand Print Mural" thanks to the help of our wonderful librarian Wendy Canfield and parent volunteers! The Art Mural is being made in collaboration with Orange County Department of Education & children's author Katherine Otoshi for the story “Beautiful Hands” & “ONE”. Glenview students are learning about important character traits and the importance of showing respect and kindness to others, and how just ONE person can make a difference!
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Glenview's Second Grade Scholars learned important history about of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a Reader's Theater Performance they shared with students from various other classrooms in honor of Dr. King's birthday.
Fourth Grade students at Glenview enjoyed an interactive presentation by Bower's Museum on the California Gold Rush. Students examined historical artifacts and learned to "do-si-do" to a square dance song from the Gold Rush era.
All About Food
Glenview School was selected as one of just two schools in the PYLUSD district to partner with the "All About Food Program," which integrates science, history and the importance of healthy nutrition, thru interactive science lessons. This week Glenview's Scholars in 6th grade had the opportunity to learn about Egyptian culture and the important role food plays in history. This spring, Glenview's garden will be expanded to provide students with opportunities for hands-on experiences with planting and harvesting!
Glenview's New Valet
Glenview launched a new drop off zone in January thanks to the help of a student valet team. Student leaders model Practice Safety and Show your P.A.W.S. by Practicing Safety & Showing Respect every morning at the drop off zone, where they greet students, open car doors and assist students unloading vehicles.
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